Saturday, September 18, 2010

PARRUPU THOGAIYAL

  This thogaiyal is my favourite one and i love to have this with hot plain rice or for Vathakuzhambu sadam.

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INGREDIENTS:

TOOR DAL 1/2 CUP
PEPPER 1/4 TSP
REDCHILLIES 2 NO
COCONUT SCARPPED 2 TBLSP
SALT AS NEEDED
ASAFOETIDA A PINCH
OIL FEW DROPS
GARLIC 1 POD(OPTIONAL)

thogaiyal

METHOD:

  • In a kadai, add few drops of oil and throw in the toor dal,rechillies, pepper and asfoetida.
  • Saute well, and take care not to get it burnt.
  • when it is done, soak this in a cup of water for 1/2 an hour.
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  • After 1/2 an hour ,drain the water and transfer it to the mixie jar.
  • Add coconut and salt to it and grind it into a smooth paste,by adding very little water to it.
  • If ur adding garlic , add it while grinding.
  • It tastes yummy with Rasam sadam too.

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33 comments:

  1. Stunning click..love the thogaiyal n your presentation both :)

    US Masala

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  2. wow what a delicious podi ...i love all podi recipes ..thanks for sharing dear

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  3. Thogayal looks so so gud...nice click too....anytime my fav thogayal

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  4. love your thuvayal.....

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  5. One of my fav,goes well with rice...wonderful click,jayashri

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  6. Wow what a click !! Jaya what do you use for your picture's white background? Nice presentation too

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Love Thogayal with Rasam Saadam, Yummy Recipe!!!!

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  8. My favourite .I too have this and parupu podi in my draft

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  9. Hi Jeyasri,

    A delicious thovaiyal...lovely clicks...

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com
    www.lovelypriyanka.blogspot.com

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  10. Delicious and great click too..

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  11. wonderful click jeyashri. Paruppu thogayal is always my favorite..

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  12. your podis are always so so tempting. Hubby loves these and buys bagfuls from an Andhra shop here. looks tempting and awesome click.

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  13. This is totally new to me.... recipe sounds very interesting :)

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  14. wow!! lovely presentation and nice thogaiyal.

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  15. Love your thogaiyal Jayashri...Yummy

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  16. nice thogaiyal....perfect with rasam satham!

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  17. Love paruppu thuvaiyal with hot steaming rasam..my fav..

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  18. Nice click jeyashri, looks delicious

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  19. OMG! I am a huge fan of paruppu thogayal and rasam sadham. Absolute delicious.

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  20. Lovely clicks,soaking before grinding is new to me,sure will try next time!

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  21. அந்த ஸ்பூன் எங்க வாங்கினேள் அக்கா?? அழகா இருக்கு!...:) ஓகே! ஓகே! முறைக்காதீங்கோ! பப்புதொகையலும் நன்னாதான் இருக்கு...:)

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  22. @thakkudu the spoon i saw in my friend's place and i got so attracted to it and she generously gave to me to take pictures with this.
    I expected this question from u anyway.

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  23. nice recipe..love to try this..delicious..

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  24. Lovely pics Jeyashri :-) thogaiyal looks so tempting

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  25. this has come out so perfect and love the post

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  26. Wow what a perfect click and loved your recipe.
    Bookmarking this one

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  27. why we should drop the mixture in water?

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    1. Then only it will grind properly.Just to ease grinding and to get soft texture of the thogayal

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  28. woww ;) i tried ths recipe :) thannk youu so much JEYASHRI your like my mom now :D *laughs but awesomee work thankk you so much and hugs ;)

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